…we submit to LALT, which does not accept simultaneous submissions.
Submissions should be sent to the Editor in Chief at the following address:
Latin American Literature Today
University of Oklahoma
780 Van Vleet Oval
Kaufman Hall, Room 105
Norman, OK 73019-4037
FONT SIZE AND STYLE. All documents submitted to LALT should be typed in Times New Roman, 12-point font with 1.5 line spacing.
SPACING AND SPECIAL CHARACTERS: Please avoid extra spaces and/or special characters between paragraphs as much as possible. Do not add any space before or after a line of text, especially if it is the first or last line of a paragraph.
ARTICLE TITLES. For essays, place the article title at the top of the first page, then place your name on a separate line. A brief deck head (25-40 words) should precede the article, giving readers a clear and concise idea of what’s to follow in the text.
SUBMITTING TRANSLATIONS. For translations, include a brief bio about the author (40-50 words) and a shorter one about yourself (25-30 words), plus a source note about the original (e.g., From Cien sonetos de amor, copyright © 1960 by Pablo Neruda. English translation copyright © 1986 by Stephen Tapscott). If the piece was translated by its author, please indicate this information in a note at the end of the article.
NAME OF DOCUMENT SENT TO LALT. The name of the Word document should be formatted in the following order: Title of the work, name of author between parentheses, underscore, name of reviewer. For example:
El llano en llamas (Juan Rulfo)_Antonia Fernández